WORKING AMERICA is the fastest-growing organization for working people in the country. Working America goes door to door championing good jobs and a just economy. It is active on issues that affect millions of working Americans.
Working America is the community arm of the AFL-CIO. Labor attorneys are part of the community and can join Working America and become active with other community members in their area.
Take a look at Working America in the news and review the studies that show how effective this organization is. Working America is UP TO THE CHALLENGE. It is BIG, EFFECTIVE and VERSATILE. Click here for a brochure.
Click on any of the areas below for information about Working America's program.
JOIN Working America! Working America doesn't send out many emails so you won't be overwhelmed. And the issues are ones you know are important. Working America is beginning some exciting new programs to reach out to folks in a given community who want to work on local and statewide issues.
Are you where Working America is on the ground or online? Or volunteer to round up activists in your area and expand Working America's reach. Be a part of a powerful organization.
As well, progressive attorneys can help Working America serve the community activists by lending their talents in the electoral arena. You might be able to help address employment law and labor law related issues through the Dear David link where Working America helps answer workers' everyday questions. And Working America is beginning to find ways for a minority of workers in a workplace to gain power. Working America needs you. JOIN Working America now!
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Contribute to Working America or the Working America Education Fund, a 501c3 organization. BE GENEROUS - take out an ad for the Working America 10th Anniversary event. Click here for details.
More than 3 million members fight for what really matters:
Our families need to have access to affordable, quality health care, regardless of income level, pre-existing conditions or employment status.
As Pam, a Working America member from Cincinnati puts it, “You can’t put money into the economy if you don’t have a job."
There are three key ingredients to security in retirement: personal savings, pensions through your job and Social Security. We need to make sure everyone has a chance at all three.
America’s kids should be able to get a quality education. It’s not just the right thing to do for children—it’s absolutely essential to a strong economy in years to come.
For decades, corporate power has been increasing, in the economy and in our political system—and the power of ordinary working people has eroded.
Unemployment insurance matters to workers and to the national economy.
All workers deserve fair treatment and respect in the workplace.